byThomas, Norman, 1884-1968. Seidman, Joel Isaac, 1906- ;
Norman Thomas expresses his reservations about the Soviet Union in the wake of the Nazi-Soviet pact DK267 Topic: Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1917-1936. Soviet Union -- Social conditions. Soviet...
Speeches and messages from LIDs 35th anniversary, November 28, 1940, in the Hotel Edison, New York. Includes pieces by Norman Thomas, John Dewey, Upton Sinclair and others HX81 Topic: Socialism -- United States. Labor and laboring classes -- United States.
Speeches and messages from LIDs 35th anniversary, November 28, 1940, in the Hotel Edison, New York. Includes pieces by Norman Thomas, John Dewey, Upton Sinclair and others Topics: socialism, liberalism, labor unions
Covers the proceedings of the 70th annual conference of the League for Industrial Democracy ... held in New York City on May 2 and 3, 1975. Speakers include Tom Kahn, Carl Gershman, Roy Wilkins and Michael Novak JK2261 Topic: Political parties -- United States -- Congresses. Minorities -- United States -- Congresses. United...
An overview of the labor movement in most of the developed countries in the seven years after World War II. Note the splits between communist and anti-communist grouped around the WFTU and ICFTU, respectively. HD6483 Topic: Labor unions.